Interview: Federico Jusid

Interview: Federico Jusid

Why film music? Was it always film music for you? I started studying music when I was very young, and at the age of 7, I already had a great piano teacher. I used to improvise and write short pieces. Besides, I was very lucky because I grew up in a family whose members are […]

Interview: Sandra Tomek (Hollywood in Vienna founder and producer)

Interview: Sandra Tomek (Hollywood in Vienna founder and producer)

I had the pleasure of talking to Sandra Tomek, founder, producer and artistic director of the Hollywood in Vienna event which I will be lucky enough to attend this week.   MM: Hello Sandra and nice to meet you. Hollywood in Vienna this year literally looks as if someone took my dream and made it […]

Composer interview: Cris Velasco

Composer interview: Cris Velasco

I had the pleasure of chatting with Cris Velasco, the prolific and versatile multiple award-winning composer of epic orchestral, dark experimental and modern hybrid music scores for video games, film and television. He is well known for his collaborations with celebrated author, filmmaker and painter Clive Barker and also for scoring major franchises such as God […]

Inteview: Frederik Wiedmann

Inteview: Frederik Wiedmann

Frederik Wiedmann, composer of such awesome animation scores as “Green Lantern” or “Son of Batman” and of the wonderful “Field of lost shoes” and the recently released “Justice League – Throne of Atlantis” and “Dying of the light” took a little time to chat with me. He recently won a whopping 4 awards at the […]

Interview: John Lunn

Interview: John Lunn

John Lunn is best known for his work on “Downtown Abbey”. He had two scores out recently, Electricity and Grantchester and we had a quick chat about it. Why film music? Why music for that matter? Did you always know you wanted to do that? I kind of fell in to Film music, I worked […]